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Nails Inc logo£79 Nails Inc set for £25 delivered*Four gel polishes, buffer, nail file & corrector pen

Limited stock

If you go online to Nails Inc* via this MSE Blagged link you can get a set of four full-size (8ml) Nails Inc gel effect polishes, nail file, nail buffer and corrector pen for £21, plus £3.95 delivery (so £24.95 all-in, norm £79 all-in). These polishes set like ordinary nail polishes, so no UV lamp is required. There are limited stock of these sets available and when they're gone, they're gone.

Set Includes:

  • Hyde Park Place (grey) gel effect polish, norm £14
  • Kensington High Street (burgundy) gel effect polish, norm £14
  • Regents Place (blue) gel effect polish, norm £14
  • The Boltons (red) gel effect polish, norm £14
  • Nail buffer, norm £6
  • Professional nail file, norm £6
  • Corrector pen, norm £11

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Nails Inc logo'Free' Nails Inc polish & Body Shop gift cardOn the cover freebie + pre-loaded gift card inside £2 mag

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Buy the December edition of Glamour magazine (Katy Perry's on the cover) for £2 by Wed 4 Dec and you'll find not one, but two freebies on the cover:

  • Free £11 Nails Inc polish. A full-size (10ml) Kate Spade New York Nails Inc nail polish in one of four colours: Soho Silver, Uptown Glamour, New York Noir and Big Apple Red.

  • A Body Shop gift card, pre-loaded with £3, £15 or £100. There’s no minimum spend and it can be used on full-price items at participating Body Shop stores until Tue 24 Dec.

    We don't know, but we have a hunch there are far more £3 cards than £15 or £100. If you are lucky enough to bag a £100-er, tweet us @MSE_Deals!
MSE Debs says:

No matter what value you get on your Body Shop gift card, you can use it to get freebies, as there a number of items including soap, lip balm and hand sanitising gel for £3 and under.

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See the Body Shop card for full T&Cs.

Nails Inc logoNails Inc up to 77% off polish collectionsWhile stocks last

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From Thu 21 - Fri 22 Mar 2013 only, you can get up to 77% off five Nails Inc polish collections. The following collections are included in the offer (polish names in brackets):

  • Pretty in Pink (Walton Street, Strawberry Hill & Westbourne Terrace) - £8 (RRP £33)
  • A Touch of Sparkle (Prince Albert Road, Waterloo Place & Regents Park Road) - £8 (RRP £33)
  • Gold Rush (New Burlington Place, Clifford Street, Wardour Mews & New King's Road) - £11 (RRP £44)
  • Midnight Metallics (Symons Street, Franklin's Row, Serpentine Road, Park Crescent & Lexington Street) - £14 (RRP £35)
  • Splash of Colour (Albert Place, Blandford Street, Mulberry Walk, Park Crescent, Westminster Abbey & Symons Street) - £15 (RRP £66)

All polishes are full-size. The Gold Rush and A Touch of Sparkle collections have been in the sale before, but the other polishes are brand new to Nails Inc. Delivery's £3.95.
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Available while stocks last.

Nails Inc logoNails Inc 7x full-size polishes for £22 (worth £65-£91)From 5pm, Thu 14-Fri 15 Feb ONLY, while stocks last

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From 5pm, Thu 14 - Fri 15 Feb 2013 only, search for 'lucky dip' on the Nails Inc website to get seven full-size (10ml) Nails Inc polishes for £18, plus £3.95 delivery. As it's a lucky dip, you won't know what colours you'll get, though unlike previous lucky dip offers, you can now choose between three different themes: glossy finish, special effects and metallic finish. (The Special Effects lucky dip contains the most expensive polishes.)

What are they worth?
While the polishes usually cost £11-£13 each, some have been in the £5 sale. However, Nails Inc says you won't get more than two of the sale polishes in your lucky dip, so it'll be worth at least £65.
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Available while stocks last.

Nails Inc logoNails Inc 6x full-size polishes for £19 (worth £48-£66)From 5pm, Thu 24-Fri 25 Jan ONLY, while stocks last

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From 5pm, Thu 24 - Fri 25 Jan 2013 only, search for 'lucky dip' on the Nails Inc website to get six full-size (10ml) Nails Inc polishes for £15, plus £3.95 delivery. As it's a lucky dip, you won't know what colours you'll get.

What are they worth?
While the polishes usually cost £11 each, some have been in the £5 sale. However, Nails Inc says you won't get more than three of the sale polishes in your lucky dip, so it'll be worth at least £48.
MSE Debs says:

We couldn't get the full list of shades, but here are some Nails Inc says you could get: Walton Place, Seven Dials and Westbourne Grove. Remember, it's a lucky dip, so you might not get any of these.

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Available while stocks last.

Nails Inc logoFree £11 Nails Inc polish on £2 magFour shades available

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Buy the December edition of Glamour magazine (£2) with Kristen Stewart on the cover and you'll find a full-size (10ml) nail polish in one of four shades on the front.
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The shades are:

  • Motcomb Street (navy blue)
  • St James (bright red)
  • Glamour Glitter (gold)
  • Elizabeth Street (pale pink)
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